BOSNIAN MUSLIM BRAVES COLD WEATHER IN AHMICI.
Heavy snow falls as a Bosnian Muslim man walking in the central Bosnian
village of Ahmici after watching live TV coverage from the U.N war crimes
tribunal February 26, 2001. Muslim survivors of the 1993 massacre in the
village of Ahmici voiced disappointment with sentences handed down by the
U.N war crimes court to two Bosnian Croats, saying they deserved maximum
sentences. Dario Kordic, the first senior politician to be convicted by U.N.
war crimes court for former Yugoslavia, once vice-president of the
self-proclaimed Bosnian Croat state, was found guility of persecuting,
killing and detaining Muslims in central Bosnia from late 1991 to 1994 and
sentenced to 25 years in jail. Mario Cerkez, who was accused of command
responsibility for the notorious Ahmici massacre, in which Bosnian Croats
murdered more than 100 people before torching their homes, received 15 years
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